Blog posts tagged with 'Crack Monitoring'

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Reinforcing Steel and Concrete Quality for Nondestructive Evaluation<br />The Comprehensive Assessment of Hardened Concrete Series: Part 2 of 2
Reinforcing Steel and Concrete Quality for Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Guide

While Part 1 of this blog series discussed nondestructive concrete testing methods and equipment, Part 2 will cover equipment used to detect location, orientation, and corrosion of reinforcing steel, the effects of moisture, and how to document concrete quality.

Concrete Cracking: Evaluating Width, Depth & Movement

Cracks in concrete are so common that they're practically inevitable. The good news is, not all of them are bad. The bad news is, sometimes it's hard to tell the difference. In this blog post, we will discuss how best to measure and monitor cracks and select the best equipment for the job.